Girls' church camp week--what an adventure, no water, no showers, port-a-potties, no electricity, no buildings, and over 225 girls ages 12-18, but it was beautiful, lots of fun, and I got to enjoy it with my 3 girls. Though I must admit I was very glad to be in my own bed and take a shower at the end of the week! Here is a look at our week. . .
Sunday evening reading time--the kids love listening to Ben read. He is reading the Boston Jane #2: Wilderness Days by Jennifer Holm. A good series to check out if you haven't read them. Love Miss E's funny curled up position. Does that look comfortable to you?
The library is the place to be in the summer. Mr J gets to do a cool experiment at ours for reading so many books so far this summer. Love our library! And our Children's librarian with Mr J is the best!!!!
The 'before' picture for girls' camp. All packed up and ready to leave. . . adventure here we come!
"I have to get up now?" Miss O asks on one foggy morning at camp. It was a beautiful spot we were in.
We camped near a historical monument for our Church, and it was neat to go visit the area with the girls.
This cool swing bridge was on the trail to the camp. It was fun to go, but also very nice to go home!
This cute sister missionary from our church has been here for several months, and it was time for her to move to another area, so we got a picture before she left.
Thanks for visiting! Hope you have a good week!